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How to remove vertical spacing between pages

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Feb 26, 2018

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Hi,

I have tried to google the matter but cannot find the answer anywhere. I simply want to view my pages touching each other top against bottom so they form one continuous row. Is this possible somehow.

I have gone to preferences-guides and pasteboards and set the vertical margin to 0, but the marked spacing is still there.

Please see attached screenshot with spacing I want to remove marked in a red rectangle.

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Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

Not possible. The minimum pasteboard size is 0, set in Guides & Pasteboard preferences. Nevertheless, there is still a gap between pages.

Instead, make a PDF file. In Reader or Acrobat, make sure you Enable Scrolling in View > Page Display and if necessary turn off the gap.

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How to remove vertical spacing between pages

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Hi,

I have tried to google the matter but cannot find the answer anywhere. I simply want to view my pages touching each other top against bottom so they form one continuous row. Is this possible somehow.

I have gone to preferences-guides and pasteboards and set the vertical margin to 0, but the marked spacing is still there.

Please see attached screenshot with spacing I want to remove marked in a red rectangle.

Screen Shot 2018-02-26 at 17.21.40.png

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Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

Not possible. The minimum pasteboard size is 0, set in Guides & Pasteboard preferences. Nevertheless, there is still a gap between pages.

Instead, make a PDF file. In Reader or Acrobat, make sure you Enable Scrolling in View > Page Display and if necessary turn off the gap.

Acrobat Pro DC026.png

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Not possible. The minimum pasteboard size is 0, set in Guides & Pasteboard preferences. Nevertheless, there is still a gap between pages.

Instead, make a PDF file. In Reader or Acrobat, make sure you Enable Scrolling in View > Page Display and if necessary turn off the gap.

Acrobat Pro DC026.png

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OK. Thank you for your answer Steve. The output view mode you describe is the way my document is intended to be viewed, thats why I would like to actually view it like this while working on it in Idesign itself. But I guess that's not gonna happen then.

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Hi,

under specific circumstances one page can touch the other one the way you want it.


1. You need a non-facing pages document.
2. One single spread with a maximum of 10 pages. My screenshot is showing one spread with 4 pages:

RearrangePages-PageTool-1.png

To make that happen I turned off "Allow Page Shuffle" for the first spread of the document and added pages to the spread or moved pages from other spreads to the first one in the document:

RearrangePages-PageTool-2.png

3. Then I re-arranged pages with the Page Tool and moved page 2 below page 1, page 3 below page 2 and so on:

RearrangePages-PageTool-3.png

Regards,
Uwe

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Thank you Uwe! This was the solution to my problem.

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You ROCK! Thank-UWE very much 🙂

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